Closing the Gap
Women and people of color are severely underrepresented within nonprofit leadership, here’s why and how to change that.
By Brittany King
In 2016, CEO and President of United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI) Ann Murtlow attended a conference on ...
A focus on film
Indiana home to flourishing film industry, talented moviemakers
By Keshia McEntire
When a filmmaker visits a location to shoot their latest project, they bring economic growth with them. In Indiana alone, the film industry provides 7,018 jobs ...
Same old song
Broadcasting still lacks diversity despite changing landscape
By Ebony Marie Chappel
From the introduction of FM to the emergence of streaming over traditional airwaves, the radio industry has experienced many changes over the decades.
Growth from change
Minority press adapts in the digital age
By Brandon A. Perry
More people are getting their news on computers and smartphones with arrival of the digital age. However, newspapers and magazines have not only survived, but are also preparing to ...
Catch Her if You Can
By Lauren Caggiano
FOLLOWING A DEMANDING CAREER, it’s not uncommon for professional athletes to take a hiatus and retreat from the public eye. But Tamika Catchings, formerly of the WNBA’s Indiana Fever, is far from common in so ...
On the Cover: Third Quarter 2017
She is a newly retired superstar athlete, an Olympian and now a sports executive and entrepreneur.
Beyond the athletic accolades, one of Tamika Catchings' most impactful accomplishments is in her work as a humanitarian and philanthropist.
Hoosier organizations keeping the arts alive
By Lauren Caggiano
The arts mean different things to different people.
For some, they are a means for expression. To others, art is a welcome distraction from an often busy and hectic world. Many find entertainment value in artistic work. ...
Celebrating the Different
Everyone benefits from a more diverse and inclusive community — whether at home, work, school, a place of worship, etc. Several community leaders have gone above and beyond when it comes to making Indiana more equitable for all.